Bupa Global has announced the appointment of Angus Slater to General Manager, Bupa Global Asia Pacific (BGAPAC). This new role brings together Bupa Global’s Greater China and South East Asia regions, to help deliver a more regional approach to product design and sales across our Asia Pacific geography.
Sheldon Kenton, Bupa Global Managing Director, said, “Angus is an experienced and well-established leader, with strong knowledge, relationships and great understanding of Bupa’s operations in the Asia Pacific regions. I am therefore delighted to welcome Angus into this role – this appointment is a natural fit for Bupa Global and Angus will bring invaluable perspective to how we grow and continue to meet the health and wellbeing needs of our customers.”
Angus Slater, General Manager for Bupa Global Asia Pacific, said, “It’s fantastic to be taking on this role and leading Bupa Global Asia Pacific into the next chapter. I’m looking forward to further developing our customer propositions and key distributor relationships across the region. This will help to establish Bupa Global as the leading provider of premium global health insurance products and services in these regions and worldwide.”
In his new role, Angus will focus on establishing key broker relationships in the Asia Pacific region. He will also continue to lead growth opportunities across the business, bringing together expertise from Bupa Global, Bupa Hong Kong and Quality HealthCare, Hong Kong’s largest private clinic network.
Angus had been leading the Bupa Global Greater China (BGGC) region on an interim basis since February 2017, whilst also maintaining his role of Sales and Commercial Director for Bupa Hong Kong. Prior to this, Angus was Marketing Director for Bupa Global based in London. Angus has extensive international experience and before joining Bupa, held senior leadership roles with Vodafone and Accenture.
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